Source: Bryan M. Wolfe/iMore
What you need to know
- Two new limited-edition products have been announced.
- Neither will go on sale; instead, there's a free giveaway on Instagram.
- Try to win a free pair starting on May 7.
Two of the hottest names in personal audio and basketball have teamed up in a fun, new way. New York-based Master & Dynamic and Brooklyn Nets' Kevin Durant have announced the launch of two new audio products that celebrate the ever-growing connection between basketball and music. The limited-edition Nike x Master & Dynamic products are inspired by Durant's Nike Zoom KD13 footwear designs.
Source: Master & Dynamic
Both the MW65 Active Noise-Canceling Wireless Headphones and MW07 Plus True Wireless Earphones are being reimagined in the KD13 Hype and Chill colorways and won't be available for purchase. Instead, Master & Dynamic will host a giveaway through its Instagram account starting Thursday, May 7. Through its account.
According to Master & Dynamic founder Jonathan Levine:
Our offices are half a block from Madison Square Garden, and a short train ride to The Barclays Center, home to The Brooklyn Nets and our partner Kevin Durant. The opportunity to work with Nike has been a dream of mine since founding Master & Dynamic. This new collection of sneakers was the perfect inspiration for us. Once again, we pushed the envelope on materials and finishes and have created a limited run of the boldest and best performing headphones and earphones ever seen. We're taking the intersection of basketball and music to another level.
Source: Master & Dynamic/Nike
Launched in 2014, Master & Dynamic offers a growing list of award-winning audio products ranging from wired and wireless headphones to a wireless speaker. Last year, the company's first true wireless earphones, the MW07, were recognized for world class design as the winner of The Red Dot Award: Product Design 2019.
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